The UFO-abduction era begins -- More abductions, the Hill Star-map -- Travis Walton -- eager abductee -- An incredible abduction tale -- Sorely needed experiment -- The truth about hypnosis -- "Missing-time" victims -- "Invisible epidemic" -- The "strongest" case -- Many dreams -- many abductions -- Psychological profile -- Three victims -- Communion? -- Rivals -- UFOlogy's new era? -- "Absurd" suggestion? -- The "victims" speak -- Prosaic alternative -- P.S. for potential abductees
Following Klass' death, enlightening information as to the underhanded tactics employed by Klass was revealed. Klass entered into a quid pro quo relationship with the US Air Force. As the editor of an avionics magazine, there was a constant need for new information. The air force filled this void in exchange for Klass' attempts to debunk the UFO enigma, For example, in desperation to discredit the Travis Walton abduction in 1975, Klass offered $10,000 bribes to the witnesses. Thankfully, their integrity would not be compromised by Klass.
Someone should have reminded Klass that the purpose of science is to investigate the unexplained, not explain the uninvestigated.